§ 133.17  DECEPTION TO OBTAIN MATTER HARMFUL TO JUVENILES.
   (A)   No person, for the purpose of enabling a juvenile to obtain any material or gain admission to any performance which is harmful to juveniles, shall do either of the following:
      (1)   Falsely represent that he is the parent, guardian, or spouse of the juvenile.
      (2)   Furnish the juvenile with any identification or document purporting to show that the juvenile is 18 years of age or over or married.
   (B)   No juvenile, for the purpose of obtaining any material or gaining admission to any performance which is harmful to juveniles, shall do either of the following:
      (1)   Falsely represent that he is 18 years of age or over or married.
      (2)   Exhibit any identification or document purporting to show that he is 18 years of age or over or married.
   (C)   Whoever violates this section is guilty of deception to obtain matter harmful to juveniles, a misdemeanor of the second degree. A juvenile who violates division (B) above shall be adjudged an unruly child, with the disposition of the case as may be appropriate under R.C. Chapter 2151.
(R.C. § 2907.33)